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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 04 June 2010 23:48

YankeesOn Weds. at Yankee Stadium, Yankees players Joba Chamberlain, Curtis Granderson, Andy Pettitte, C.C. Sabathia, Nick Swisher and Mark Teixeira unveiled the Players Choice Signature Series jerseys, T-shirts and caps they designed exclusively for their fans, with each product expressing their unique personalities and attitudes.

The Biz of Baseball published an extensive catalog of jersey and T-shirt designs from the players at that time, but did not yet have access to the cap images. Now, we have.

Below are front and back images for each original designs from the six Yankees players. The players produced the products in a two-month design and manufacturing process with the Major League Baseball Players Association and its apparel licensees, VF/Majestic (Jerseys and T-shirts) and Twins/Banner 47 (Caps).

The caps (as well as the jerseys and T-shirts) are now on sale at Yankee Stadium, as well as NY Metro-area Modell’s locations and online at MLB.com.


CC Cap (Front)
CC design (Front)
CC Cap (Back)
CC design (Back)
Granderson Cap (Front)
Granderson design (Front)
Granderson Cap (Back)
Granderson design (Back)
Teixeira Cap (Front)
Teixeria design (Front)

Teixeira design (Back)

Teixeria design (Back)
Pettitte cap (Front)
Pettitte design (Front)

Pettitte cap (Back)

Pettitte design (Back)
Joba cap (Front)
Joba design (Front)

Joba design (Back)

Joba design (Back)
Swisher design (Front)
Swisher design (Front)

Swisher design (Back)

Swisher design (Back)

Images courtesy MLBPA, Twins/Banner 47

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